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2/26 Playlist: Pushing The Envelope-WHUS/Storrs, Connecticut (USA)

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  • joelkru@aol.com
    Greetings! Welcome to this week s playlist for the 2/26 edition of Pushing The Envelope - Music Decidedly Left of Center. If you go to the WHUS web-site
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 1, 2000
      Greetings!


      Welcome to this week's playlist for the 2/26 edition of "Pushing The
      Envelope - Music Decidedly Left of Center. If you go to the WHUS web-site
      (http://whusfm.saup.uconn.edu/) you can get all the information you need to
      check out "Pushing The Envelope" and all the other fine programming on 91.7
      FM - WHUS, the radio station of the University of Connecticut in Storrs.

      "Pushing The Envelope" airs on Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5 PM
      (FYI, London: 8-10 PM/Tel Aviv: 10-12 PM/Hong Kong: Sunday: 3-5 AM/Sydney:
      5-7 AM). It continues it's mission of presenting the best of avant-garde
      classical, rock, jazz, ambient, electronic, along with a healthy dollop of
      new and classic progressive rock (i.e., King Crimson, Boud Deun, Gentle Giant,
      etc.).

      As always, I'm constantly looking for new music to air. (Please
      note, all playlists are posted to the progressive rock, ambient, electronic,
      exotic, and contemporary classical music newsgroups, the Wire, Prog4U, and
      avant-progressive mailists, and in addition to all that, e-mailed to you.)

      If you have something that you'd like to share with our listeners
      (Yes, I DO play cassettes and DATs!), please sent it along to:

      Joel Krutt / WHUS
      Pushing The Envelope
      University of Connecticut
      Box U-8R
      Storrs, CT 06269

      e-mail: joelkru@...

      Thanks for checking out the list!
      'Til next time,
      Peace
      Joel

      2/26/00 Playlist: Pushing The Envelope


      ~Confluence Suite - Ken Field - Pictures Of Motion - SFZ Recordings (1999)
      <http://www.sFzRecordings.com>

      ~Apollo Cabinfire - Last Days Of May - Radiant Black Mind - Squealer Music
      (2000) <http://www.squealermusic.com>

      ~Harvest - Cerberus Shoal - homb - The Temporary Residence
      Ltd.<http://www.cerberus-shoal.com>

      ~He Left Them At Dawn - Benjamin Lew/Steven Brown - Twelfth Day: Speech,
      Adornment, Love - Original Music (1984)

      ~I Got Rhythm - composer: George Gershwin/The Resdients - George & James: The
      Residents American Composer Series, Vol. 1 - ESD (1984/2000)
      <http://www.noside.com/esd>

      ~Blue Delphinium - Sandbox Trio / Beth Custer - Nocturnalis - self-release
      (1999) <http://www.sandboxtrio.com>

      ~138C long - Anthony Braxton - 19 [solo} Compositions - New Albion (1989)
      <http://www.newalbion.com>

      ~The Dance Of Maya - Ellery Eskelin w/ Andrea Parkins & Jim Black - Five
      Other Pieces (+2) - hatOLOGY (1999) <http://www.hathut.com> or
      <http://home.earthlink.net/~eskelin/

      ~Meeting Of The Spirits - Mahavishnu Orchestra - Mahavishnu Orchestra Live
      8/17/72 - bootleg cassette

      ~Into The Wilderness - Terje Rypdal - Skywards - ECM (1992)
      <http://www.ecmrecords.com>

      ~Sphaera (1985) - composer/tape: William Albright / piano: David Burge -
      Computer Music Currents 9 - Wergo (1992)

      ~Drip Doodle #1 - Steve Heimbecker - Anthology: The Enormouslessness Of Cloud
      Machines - Ohm/Avatar (1999) <http://www.meduse.org/avatar >

      ~What Is The Word - composer: Michael Mantler/text: Samuel Beckett - Folly
      Seeing All This - ECM (1993) <http://www.ecmrecords.com>
    • David Shulman
      there was indeed an article on amacher in the wire about a year ago. (nick cave issue, maybe?) It was written by alan licht, and he basically said that her
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 8, 2000
        there was indeed an article on amacher in the wire about a year ago. (nick
        cave issue, maybe?) It was written by alan licht, and he basically said
        that her tzadik album is the best album ever. i, too, was intrigued,
        ordered the album, and wasn't disappointed. however, make sure you listen
        to it VERY loud on a really good stereo, or the spatial aspects and the
        extreme physicality of it are kind of lost (it compiles multi-channel
        installation pieces mixed down to stereo). not something i listen to
        often, but one of the most exciting first listens i've ever had.
        david

        p.s. does anyone know anything about upcoming MIMEO or AMM dates in france?
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